West Midlands Ambulance Service has added more electric vehicles to its fleet as it works towards targets to cut emissions by 80%.Copyright: West Midlands Ambulance Service
In October last year, the trust's first electric ambulance was revealed, followed by two electric response vehicles in March.
The latest additions to its fleet includes four electric vans for the IT support team, with a range of more than 60 miles.
"[We] are continually assessing our support fleet to make changes where possible," Tony Page, from WMAS, said.
It will be a dry and fine day with clear skies and highs of 15°C (59°F).
This was the scene earlier in Solihull as captured by BBC Weather Watcher BC1981.Copyright: BC1981
BBC Midlands Today
The changes today are fairly obvious - it's cloudier, damper and also cooler.
Expect a little bit of rain but a lot of cloud throughout the afternoon, with temperatures around 12-13 C.
But never fear - there's more sun on the way tomorrow to look forward to.Copyright: BBC
BBC Midlands Today
A Worcestershire father who spent 70 days in intensive care with Covid-19 says he feels like he's been given a "second chance at life".
Forty-three-year-old James Stevenson, from Kidderminster, was in hospital for 100 days after getting the virus in December.
At one point his condition got so bad doctors told his partner Kate to come in and "say goodbye".Copyright: Family handout
Mr Stevenson is urging people under 50 to get vaccinated.
"I was having a niggling feeling in the back of my mind that I wasn't going to get home, so I'm over the moon," he said.
"Just thankful that I am here, I've got a second chance at life."
It is set to be a mild day with some sunny spells and highs of 16°C (61°F).Copyright: BBC
Here are some of the stories on the Worcester News website today:
It is set to be a dry and bright day with plenty of sunshine and highs of 16C (61F).
This was the scene earlier in Shrewsbury in Shropshire as taken by BBC Weather Watcher JemmaMarianne.Copyright: JemmaMarianne